This test can detect Lysergic acid diethylamide residue in powder, liquid, and pills. This device, also known as the Ehrlich Reagent testing kit, detects and identifies Lysergic Acid Diethylamide. This kit is simple and easy to use. It comes with two analysis papers that can be used for up to four separate trials. You can create a color by placing the analysis paper on the surface of a suspect item or surface and then adding liquid to the ampoule.
It is possible to identify and quickly recognize this hallucinogenic drug thanks to the widespread use and distribution of LSD. Then you can make an informed decision about how to deal with the situation.
Each kit contains two tests. You can immediately use the ampule after it has been activated.
The Pentest detects the presence of hallucinogenic Lysergic Acid Diethylamide.
Positive color reactions can take up to ten seconds to fully develop, depending on the tested substance.
Acid is the name given to lysergic acid diethylamide. It is a hallucinogenic drug that causes altered thought patterns, feelings, and awareness about one’s surroundings. Many users see and hear things that don’t exist. These symptoms include dilated pupils, high blood pressure, and increased body temperature.
The LSD surface drug test features:
Color reaction; dark purple.
Use on any surface
It is quick and straightforward to use.
It does not erase the evidence during testing.
Super sensitive device.
Tests at a low cost
LSD is detected in less than ten seconds.
Each kit contains two separate test papers
Two tests can be taken per paper
It is susceptible, 13 nanograms per millimeter
Trace amounts of drug residue can be detected and identified
You can test your hands and fingers for signs of LSD.
You can find them at your office desks.
Use with Liquids and Powders, Tablets, and Pills.
These articles are about drug residue testing kits
Drug residue pills and powder can be detected
How to spot signs of drug abuse in the home
How to use LSD surface drug testing:
Use the test pads to clean any suspect areas. You will see a reaction when you place one drop of the formulated fluid onto the pad. The color of the pad will vary depending on what drug was used. You can detect narcotic substances by examining the color of the pad after the reaction between the liquid with the pad. To identify the drug, use the enclosed color chart. These test kits save lives!
A pharmacy chain began selling over-the-counter pill testing kits after several festival-goers in NSW died or became ill from taking party drugs like ecstasy and ketamine.
The kits were previously only available online or at tobacconists who sold other drug-related paraphernalia.
These stores can be found in Western Sydney, Darwin, and Vincentia. Vincentia is a small community at the Jervis Bay edge.
The general manager at Choice Pharmacy, Hasan Moutasallem, stated that the goal of selling the kits is to take the pills safer for those who will use them anyway.
He said, “In terms of the pill test, it’s just an added safety thing.”
“If someone is going to take the drug, there is a service that can test it.
“So, we don’t condone the use of drugs or any other illegal substances. We say there is a way to test it.”
Moutasallem explained that the kits work by mixing a drug sample and a solution that changes in color.
“Depending on which kit you have, it will give you a color. If it’s the right color for what you’re testing, then you can be sure that it’s what’s in the pill. He said that if it isn’t, you’ll know it’s the right color but not what it should be.
“It’s a guideline.
AMA warns against overreacting
Kean Seng Lim, the Australian Medical Association president, urged caution when testing pills with these kits.
Dr. Lim stated that it might be beneficial to have appropriately trained pharmacists evaluate in the context of the patient’s case.
“But a package that is sold over-the-counter, if sold without adequate advice, can be quite misleading.”
Despite ongoing lobbying, the NSW Government is still opposed to pill testing.
A spokesperson for NSW Health stated that “the NSW Government does not support Pill Testing.”
“Pill testing” or “drug checking” may test for specific compounds in a capsule or pill.
It does not mean that the capsule or pill is safe to be taken.
Uncertain about the legality of testing kits
A University of Wollongong law lecturer, Ben Mostyn, said selling over-the-counter pill testing kits appeared legal. However, it was illegal under the Drugs Use and Traffic Act to possess equipment for administering or using an illegal drug.
He said that if the meaning of “that” was broadened and understood as equipment for administering or using the drug, then possession could be considered illegal.
These pill testing kits may be more popular if there aren’t more legal trials at music festivals. (Jessica Clifford: ABC Illawarra News)
“But that’s likely a broad interpretation, so most people believe it’s legal.”
However, Mr. Mostyn stated that police could view the independent use of a pill-testing kit at a music festival differently.
He said that there might be grounds for suspicion at a music festival if someone was buying or grabbing one of the kits. This would allow police to search them and could lead to arrests.
In April 2018, Australia’s first pill testing initiative at Canberra’s Groovin the Moo produced positive education and minimization results. However, there are no indications that pill testing at festivals is imminent outside the ACT.
Festival-goers may be more inclined to find their solutions.